SummerFest wrapped up on Sunday after a lively weekend of festivities enjoyed by an estimated 100,000 people.
"This is a great event, and it was great weekend," chamber president Rich Trpicovsky said.
With beautiful weather and a great turnout on Friday and Saturday, Sunday's festivities did not disappoint. Entertainment was constant at all of the stages set up downtown, including a fly-over by two planes from the Bayport Aerodome. The classic car show, presented by Still Cruisin' Car Club, was set up on Main Street through 4 p.m. and featured approximately 400 cars.
The vendors, food tents, rides and games were again favorites. The proceeds from the event help support the Chamber of Commerce and the many events they sponsor. Residents don't have to wait long to attend the next event, Margaritaville, which is taking place this Friday at the parking lot on South Main Street. There will be prizes for best Parrothead, parrotkeet and parrot vehicle. See the chamber's website for more information.